Mamo VPP system - is it any good ?
It seems that VPP has died a silent death - although I'm very interested. My previous attempts at VPP both homemade and commercial have been bitterly dissapointing with fragile systems and never seemed to work correctly.
The Mamo models VPP system looks good and solid and with the new center prop configuration may just be the ticket. Does the Mamo system work and work well ? Any advice would be appreicated.
I am curious too.
My ikarus vpp shed a blade due to too much rpm. My beef is I could not get a replacement hub. I am in the middle of trying an Eflite vpp.
I do like the Mamo vpp in that no hollow shaft motor is required and spares are stocked. So if anyone has one, let us know!
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